Win £1700 or 17 of Your Mates Tattooed on Your Back! - Personal Trainer Newcastle Joe Wear Fitness

Win £1700 or 17 of Your Mates Tattooed on Your Back!

Got a text today about a crazy challenge

(Thanks Neil I know you love reading my ramblings)

Now I love challenges

I love goals

I love people achieving what they want.

So a former GB international runner who openly admits he’s let himself go got into a bet with his mates on the group chat.

You can’t beat a group chat (obviously with notifications off)

Banter, abuse and laughs.

Sometimes gets a little personal but you’re all mates so who cares.

If the guy loses he gets 17 of his mates names tattooed on his body

If he wins he gets £1700

He needs to run 5k in sub 16mins

It usually takes some sort of Incident to trigger a change

A nasty little comment

or too much banter form the lads

or as I got Saturday

“thats what a girlfriend does to you”

I’m about a stone heavier than I should be.

But right now it doesn’t mean enough to lose it.

Something will no doubt change

But for now I’m content.

Cos if not i’d do something about it.

When does enough become enough?

Read yesterdays email for the benefits of being in shape.

If you’re sick of ya condition why not do something about it?

Why not get started in March?

I’m gettng rid of the free coaching session

Don’t panic though

It’s now a Free 7 day Trial (worth £80).

Here’s What you get

Functional Movement Screen to work out what programme/ exercises will suit you best (£40)

7 Day dietary analysis to work out what your diet should look like and where you need to improve. (£20)

1 Personal Training Session (£40)

Thats £100 worth of coaching for Free to get you started on your journey!

You can apply for yours here


P.S Look forward to hearing from you

About the Author Joe Wear

Joe Wear is a Strength and conditioning Coach based in Newcastle upon Tyne whose proven strategies from the past decade of coaching can help you re-gain your fitness, lose weight and get back to your best! Joe is certified by two of the leading strength and conditioning organisations in the world the United Kingdom strength and conditioning association (UKSCA) and the National strength and conditioning association (CSCS). He is a former professional footballer with Hartlepool united and achieved his exercise and sports science degree whilst on a football scholarship at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma USA.

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